The Transformation of Social Relationships in Industry 4.0
Economic Security and Legal Prevention
Agnessa O. Inshakova, Volgograd State University
Evgenia E. Frolova, Peoples' friendship University of Russia
A volume in the series: Advances in Research on Russian Business and Management. Editor(s): Elena G. Popkova, MGIMO University.
The dynamics of scientific and technological development of modern society is characterized by high growth rates, accompanied by the algorithmization of the digital economy raises new and transformation of existing social relations in which the boundaries between physical, digital and biological worlds are disappearing, giving rise to an objective need for a comprehensive socioeconomic and institutional transformations in society require an appropriate legal base.
In modern scientific literature, the term "fourth industrial revolution" – Industry 4.0 – is used to refer to a radical change in traditional methods and forms of management associated with the introduction of innovative technologies, such as artificial intelligence, the Internet of things, unmanned vehicles, robotic systems, big data, etc. A study on the establishment of the legal concept of neo-industrial modernization, including directions and mechanisms of development of technologies of Industry 4.0, as well as preventive measures to prevent collisions through the use of all types of convergent technologies, is of great scientific and practical value because it provides additional opportunities for economic development and the formation of a fundamentally new legislative approaches to solving fundamental and applied problems in this area for the next 10 years.
Preface, Agnessa O. Inshakova and Evgenia E. Frolova. PART I: ECONOMIC STABILITY AND THROUGH TECHNOLOGIES: MONITORING OF STRUCTURAL SHIFTS IN THE PROCESS OF NEO-INDUSTRIALIZATION OF ECOSYSTEMS. Convergent Technologies as a Factor of Structural Changes and the Development of Economic Systems Within the Formation of a New Technological Paradigm, Alla E. Kalinina, Agnessa O. Inshakova, and Irina A. Elkhina. Content of Structural Shift: New Approaches to Definition, Characteristics, Mechanism and Features in Terms of New Technologies Development, Alla E. Kalinina, Agnessa O. Inshakova, and Irina A. Elkhina. Comparative Analysis of Methods for Structural Shift Research in the Economy, Alla E. Kalinina, Agnessa O. Inshakova, and Irina A. Elkhina. The System for Multiparameter Assessment of Structural Shifts under the Development of Convergent Technologies, Alla E. Kalinina, Agnessa O. Inshakova, and Irina A. Elkhina. Analyzing Structural Shifts and Assessing Structural Differences in Economies of Developed and Developing Countries, Alla E. Kalinina, Agnessa O. Inshakova, and Irina A. Elkhina. Development of Digital Technologies for Dispute Resolution of Economic Entities as a Means of Increasing Economic Stability, Evgenia E. Frolova and Ekaterina P. Rusakova. Ensuring Economical Resilience in the Conditions of Developing Penetrative (Digital) Technologies: Mechanisms for Protecting Rights and Legitimate Interests of Economic Subjects, Dmitry A. Pashentsev and Natalia V. Antonova. Institutional Basis for Digital Transformation and Economic Stability Enhancement in the EAEU Countries, Elena I. Inshakova, Denis E. Matytsin, and Agnessa O. Inshakova. The Digital Economy in Action: Integration of Institutional Economy Paradigms and Law in the Neo-Industrialization Period, Anna V. Shkalenko, Agnessa O. Inshakova, and Elena I. Inshakova. The Legal Matrix of Cross-Cutting Technologies of the National Technological Initiative (NTI): Methodology of Formation, Agnessa O. Inshakova, Tatiana V. Deryugina, and Marina V. Goncharova. PART II: PREVENTIVE AND PROPHYLACTIC MEANS OF PROTECTING THE RIGHTS AND LEGAL INTERESTS OF SUBJECTS OF NEOINDUSTRIALIZATION. The Dynamics of Civil Law Development Under Conditions of Intensifying Digital Technologies, Sergei A. Sinitsyn and Tatiana I. Chursina. Judicial Reconciliation as a Way to Popularize the Jurisdictional form of Protection of Rights and Legitimate Interests in Modern Russia, Ekaterina P. Rusakova and Evgenia E. Frolova. Consumer Protection for Digital Financial Services, Evgenia E. Frolova and Elena P. Ermakova. Procedural Law and Scientific-Technical Progress: New Opportunities for Pre-Trial Electronic and Remote Interaction of the Parties, Maria O. Dolova and Sergei A. Sinitsyn. Guidelines for the Beginning of Civil Proceedings in the Era of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, Ekaterina P. Rusakova and Evgenia E. Frolova. Regulation of the Turnover of Intellectual Property on the Internet: Blockchain-Protection of the Rights of Authors, Alexander I. Goncharov, Denis E. Matytsin, and Agnessa O. Inshakova. Preventive and Proactive Measures to Protect the Rights of Consumers of Entertainment Services, Alexander I. Goncharov, Denis E. Matytsin, and Agnessa O. Inshakova. Interaction of Neo-industrialization Subjects in the Context of Intensification of Digital Technologies: A System of Sources of Legal Regulation in the Republic of Belarus and the Russian Federation, Victor S. Kamenkov. Digital Rights as a New Object of Civil Rights, Agnessa O. Inshakova, Alexander I. Goncharov and Elena N. Agibalova. Legal Status and Delineation of Responsibility in the Development and Use of Artificial Intelligence Systems, Agnessa O. Inshakova, Alexander I. Goncharov, and Elena N. Agibalova. Modification of International Mechanisms for Protecting Human Rights under Conditions of Anthropogenic Environmental Impact with the Intensive Development of Technology of the Sixth Technological Order, Agnessa O. Inshakova and Alexandr M. Solntsev. PART III: ECONOMIC AND LEGAL REGULATION OF TECHNOLOGICAL FORMATION OF THE INDUSTRY 4:0 AND INTERNATIONAL INTEGRATION OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION. Vectors of Development of Legal Regulation to Means of Individualization in the BRICS Association, Alexander I. Goncharov, Denis E. Matytsin, and Agnessa O. Inshakova. Artificial Intelligence in the Regulatory Context of Industry 4.0 and Epistemological Optimism, Vitaly V. Bezbakh and Evgenia E. Frolova. Legal Regulation of Digital Financing in Russia and Foreign Countries, Evgenia E. Frolova and Elena P. Ermakova. Ensuring Minimum Standards of Fair Trial in the Era of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, Ekaterina P. Rusakova and Evgenia E. Frolova. Industry 4.0 as the Basis for the Transformation of Social Relationships in the Field of Labor and Employment in the EEU Countries, Natalia V. Antonova and Yuliya N. Kashevarova. Digital Medicine Technology Development: Protection of the Rights and Legal Interests of Patients in the Context of Integration, Natalia V. Putilo and Natalia S. Volkova. Blockchain Turnover of Securities Placed for Financing Foreign Trade Transactions by the Business Entities under the Jurisdiction of the EEU and BRICS, Denis E. Matytsin. The Impact of Digitalization of Foreign Economic Activity on The Civil Liability Law of Subjects of the BRICS Countries, Agnessa O. Inshakova and Tatiana V. Deryugina. The Neo-Industrial Paradigm of Protecting Business Entity’s Rights on Means of Individualization in the EAEU, Agnessa O. Inshakova, Alexander I. Goncharov, and Denis E. Matytsin. Conclusion, Agnessa O. Inshakova and Olga N. Zhiltsova. Biographies.
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